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By Pete Bielski and Pete Bielski,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | May 14, 2000
Alan McDavid wouldn't let a night of entertainment ruin his day of business. The senior sprinter from Calvert Hall attended his prom Friday night, then took home four first-place ribbons from yesterday's McDonogh Invitation to complete a memorable weekend. His standout performance led Calvert Hall to an easy team victory and established it as the team to beat at next week's Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association meet at Calvert Hall. Elizabeth Seton of Prince George's County took girls' team honors despite a triple-winning performance by McDonogh's Chanel Lattimer.
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By Brent Jones and Brent Jones,sun reporter | September 15, 2006
As Raymont Hopewell finished saying he was sorry to the families of the five people he has confessed to killing, some audible sighs filled the packed courtroom yesterday. Some people fidgeted in their seats, while others murmured displeasure at what they felt was an insincere apology. Hopewell's statement, in its entirety: "I just wanted to tell everybody that I'm sorry for their losses." The killer stared straight ahead as he uttered the words, his face expressionless. For the still-grieving families who sat just feet away, the words were not enough to ease their pain or explain the brutal murders of four women and a man, all age 60 or older.
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | April 15, 1999
Something about the Mount St. Joseph track brings out the best in Alan McDavid and Aaron Johnson.For the second time this outdoor season, the Calvert Hall pair dominated every race from the dash through the mile as the Cardinals won yesterday's match of Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association titans, 80-66.The Gaels, with wins in the hurdles, the 2-mile and four of the six field events, were able to put a dent in Calvert Hall's 39-15 advantage in the six running events, but the visitors won three of the four relays with something to spare.
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By RICHARD WINTON AND CARA MIA DIMASSA and RICHARD WINTON AND CARA MIA DIMASSA,LOS ANGELES TIMES | May 21, 2006
LOS ANGELES -- Los Angeles police detectives said Friday they were scrambling to locate several men who may have fallen victim to a pair of elderly women accused of taking out large life insurance policies on two homeless men later killed in suspicious hit-and-run accidents. Authorities allege that the women purchased rubber stamps bearing the signatures of at least eight men, which detectives believe could have been used to forge signatures on insurance forms. The whereabouts of some of these men remain unknown.
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February 2, 2000
Alan McDavid Calvert Hall, indoor track McDavid won two events and anchored two winning relay teams, helping the Cardinals capture the Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association indoor regular-season track title Saturday. The senior, an All-Metro pick in indoor and outdoor track, won the 60 meters in 6.5 seconds and the 300 meters in 34.6 seconds, and ran with the winning 1,600 and 4 x 1.5 relay teams. On Jan. 20, McDavid helped his 4 x 2 relay team finish fifth at the Princeton Relays -- the highest finish by a Maryland school.
NEWS
By RICHARD WINTON AND CARA MIA DIMASSA and RICHARD WINTON AND CARA MIA DIMASSA,LOS ANGELES TIMES | May 21, 2006
LOS ANGELES -- Los Angeles police detectives said Friday they were scrambling to locate several men who may have fallen victim to a pair of elderly women accused of taking out large life insurance policies on two homeless men later killed in suspicious hit-and-run accidents. Authorities allege that the women purchased rubber stamps bearing the signatures of at least eight men, which detectives believe could have been used to forge signatures on insurance forms. The whereabouts of some of these men remain unknown.
SPORTS
By Bo Smolka and Bo Smolka,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | May 16, 1999
Calvert Hall sprinter Alan McDavid's performance in the 400-meter relay summed up the Cardinals' effort yesterday at the Maryland Private School State Championships at McDonogh.Trailing by 7 meters when he took the baton, McDavid blazed home as the anchor and edged runner-up McDonogh at the wire to win in 44.2 seconds.In much the same way, the Cardinals overcame an early deficit -- created in part by McDavid's disqualification in the 100 -- to win the boys championship.The top-ranked Cardinals won five individual events and one relay en route to 106.5 points.
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By Bo Smolka and Bo Smolka,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | May 16, 1999
Calvert Hall sprinter Alan McDavid's performance in the 400-meter relay summed up the Cardinals' effort yesterday at the Maryland Private School State Championships at McDonogh.Trailing by 7 meters when he took the baton, McDavid blazed home as the anchor and edged runner-up McDonogh at the wire to win in 44.2 seconds.In much the same way, the Cardinals overcame an early deficit -- created in part by McDavid's disqualification in the 100 -- to win the boys championship.The top-ranked Cardinals won five individual events and one relay en route to 106.5 points.
BUSINESS
By David Conn and David Conn,Staff Writer | September 10, 1993
The names of two officers of Easton Bank & Trust Co. were transposed in a caption in yesterday's business section. Chairman W. David Hill appeared on the left and President and Chief Executive Officer Thomas P. McDavid on the right.The Sun regrets the error.EASTON -- From the outside, the Easton Bank & Trust Co. building, a quarter-mile off U.S. 50, looks like the kind of bank they don't build anymore: white, classic and stately, with a couple of Doric columns framing the doorway.Look closer and there's a cornerstone near the right column that gives away a secret: "1993," it says.
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | July 29, 1999
Coming off a series of fine performances at the Eastern States Invitational Track Meet in Gaithersburg last weekend, 42 local youngsters, including some top high school competitors, will journey to Cleveland Saturday to compete in the AAU national age-group championships next week.Sponsored by the City Department of Recreation and Parks and the Ed Waters Track Club, the Baltimore contingent will be led by All-Metro selections Tia Burley (Western), Alan McDavid (Calvert Hall), Kevin Merrick (Mervo)
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By CARA MIA DIMASSA AND RICHARD WINTON and CARA MIA DIMASSA AND RICHARD WINTON,LOS ANGELES TIMES | May 20, 2006
LOS ANGELES -- Two women in their 70s were arrested this week after they allegedly befriended two homeless men, took out 19 life insurance policies on them and filed claims worth more than $2.2 million after the transients mysteriously died in hit-and-run pedestrian accidents in Los Angeles, police said. One of the men was hit by a car and killed in an alley in 1999, and the second victim was run down last June. Detectives said they connected the two cases several months ago during a chance meeting between two investigators in the LAPD's West Traffic Bureau squad room.
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By Rich Scherr and Rich Scherr,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | May 21, 2000
McDonogh's Chanel Lattimer made sure that a chilly rain wasn't the only thing falling yesterday at Calvert Hall. The junior sprinting standout toppled meet records in the 100 and 400, and ran the anchor leg in the record-breaking 4 x 400 relay, leading the Eagles to their second straight Interscholastic Athletic Association of Maryland championship. McDonogh won with 116 points, followed by Bryn Mawr (92) and regular-season league champion Catholic (85). In the boys competition, Alan McDavid won the 100, 200 and 400 to lead Calvert Hall to its third straight Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association title.
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By Pete Bielski and Pete Bielski,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | May 14, 2000
Alan McDavid wouldn't let a night of entertainment ruin his day of business. The senior sprinter from Calvert Hall attended his prom Friday night, then took home four first-place ribbons from yesterday's McDonogh Invitation to complete a memorable weekend. His standout performance led Calvert Hall to an easy team victory and established it as the team to beat at next week's Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association meet at Calvert Hall. Elizabeth Seton of Prince George's County took girls' team honors despite a triple-winning performance by McDonogh's Chanel Lattimer.
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February 2, 2000
Alan McDavid Calvert Hall, indoor track McDavid won two events and anchored two winning relay teams, helping the Cardinals capture the Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association indoor regular-season track title Saturday. The senior, an All-Metro pick in indoor and outdoor track, won the 60 meters in 6.5 seconds and the 300 meters in 34.6 seconds, and ran with the winning 1,600 and 4 x 1.5 relay teams. On Jan. 20, McDavid helped his 4 x 2 relay team finish fifth at the Princeton Relays -- the highest finish by a Maryland school.
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | July 29, 1999
Coming off a series of fine performances at the Eastern States Invitational Track Meet in Gaithersburg last weekend, 42 local youngsters, including some top high school competitors, will journey to Cleveland Saturday to compete in the AAU national age-group championships next week.Sponsored by the City Department of Recreation and Parks and the Ed Waters Track Club, the Baltimore contingent will be led by All-Metro selections Tia Burley (Western), Alan McDavid (Calvert Hall), Kevin Merrick (Mervo)
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By Bo Smolka and Bo Smolka,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | May 16, 1999
Calvert Hall sprinter Alan McDavid's performance in the 400-meter relay summed up the Cardinals' effort yesterday at the Maryland Private School State Championships at McDonogh.Trailing by 7 meters when he took the baton, McDavid blazed home as the anchor and edged runner-up McDonogh at the wire to win in 44.2 seconds.In much the same way, the Cardinals overcame an early deficit -- created in part by McDavid's disqualification in the 100 -- to win the boys championship.The top-ranked Cardinals won five individual events and one relay en route to 106.5 points.
NEWS
By Brent Jones and Brent Jones,sun reporter | September 15, 2006
As Raymont Hopewell finished saying he was sorry to the families of the five people he has confessed to killing, some audible sighs filled the packed courtroom yesterday. Some people fidgeted in their seats, while others murmured displeasure at what they felt was an insincere apology. Hopewell's statement, in its entirety: "I just wanted to tell everybody that I'm sorry for their losses." The killer stared straight ahead as he uttered the words, his face expressionless. For the still-grieving families who sat just feet away, the words were not enough to ease their pain or explain the brutal murders of four women and a man, all age 60 or older.
NEWS
By CARA MIA DIMASSA AND RICHARD WINTON and CARA MIA DIMASSA AND RICHARD WINTON,LOS ANGELES TIMES | May 20, 2006
LOS ANGELES -- Two women in their 70s were arrested this week after they allegedly befriended two homeless men, took out 19 life insurance policies on them and filed claims worth more than $2.2 million after the transients mysteriously died in hit-and-run pedestrian accidents in Los Angeles, police said. One of the men was hit by a car and killed in an alley in 1999, and the second victim was run down last June. Detectives said they connected the two cases several months ago during a chance meeting between two investigators in the LAPD's West Traffic Bureau squad room.
SPORTS
By Bo Smolka and Bo Smolka,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | May 16, 1999
Calvert Hall sprinter Alan McDavid's performance in the 400-meter relay summed up the Cardinals' effort yesterday at the Maryland Private School State Championships at McDonogh.Trailing by 7 meters when he took the baton, McDavid blazed home as the anchor and edged runner-up McDonogh at the wire to win in 44.2 seconds.In much the same way, the Cardinals overcame an early deficit -- created in part by McDavid's disqualification in the 100 -- to win the boys championship.The top-ranked Cardinals won five individual events and one relay en route to 106.5 points.
SPORTS
By FROM STAFF REPORTS | April 15, 1999
Something about the Mount St. Joseph track brings out the best in Alan McDavid and Aaron Johnson.For the second time this outdoor season, the Calvert Hall pair dominated every race from the dash through the mile as the Cardinals won yesterday's match of Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association titans, 80-66.The Gaels, with wins in the hurdles, the 2-mile and four of the six field events, were able to put a dent in Calvert Hall's 39-15 advantage in the six running events, but the visitors won three of the four relays with something to spare.
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